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The Last Eleven Presidents In Uniform! Impressive! :)

**Bessie** 2012/07/31 13:30:12

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  • wtw 2012/07/31 13:38:02
    wtw
    +11
    Very telling Bess! SHow the lack of ability for americans to think critically before they vote!

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  • Tennessee3501 2012/07/31 22:52:01
    Tennessee3501
    +6
    What a wonderful history lesson! Thank you Bessie. I had not known that Ike served in the military! LOL! President Obama looks like Lawrence of Arabia!
  • Wahvlvke Tenness... 2012/08/01 02:19:12
    Wahvlvke
    +2
    Don't insult Lawrence.
  • Tenness... Wahvlvke 2012/08/01 17:32:08
  • Wahvlvke Tenness... 2012/08/01 17:36:17
    Wahvlvke
    +2
    Glad you enjoyed it.
  • Tennyson James 2012/07/31 22:03:50
    Tennyson James
    +2
    Clearly not everyone needs to be in military uniform to command power. ;-)
  • Al B Th... Tennyso... 2012/08/01 01:48:18
    Al B Thayer
    +1
    Israel's Presidents are all warriors. They all sport a set.
  • RT 2012/07/31 22:01:43
  • Texas Johnny 2012/07/31 22:01:34
    Texas Johnny
    +6
    Also notice the majority were Navy men!!!
  • paul 2012/07/31 21:54:21
    paul
    +6
    Bessie, Danm good posting.
  • BritPunk 2012/07/31 21:29:57
    BritPunk
    +4
    Meh - never had that men in uniform fetish.
  • BritPunk BritPunk 2012/07/31 21:31:03
    BritPunk
    +3
    But I would like to see W in his cheerleader outfit - yowzers !!
  • Tenness... BritPunk 2012/07/31 22:55:13
    Tennessee3501
    +3
    Does that mean yiou wanted them naked and out of uniform? Very telling! LOL!
  • apachehellfire65 2012/07/31 21:16:12
    apachehellfire65
    +4
    lol! i bet that band uniform was real intimidating during meetings with foreign leaders!
  • Vision of Verve 2012/07/31 21:09:21
  • captainquiggle 2012/07/31 20:58:28
    captainquiggle
    +2
    And Romney breaks the pattern HOW?
  • Vision ... captain... 2012/07/31 21:10:01
  • captain... Vision ... 2012/07/31 21:18:39
    captainquiggle
    +3
    There's no punchline. That's the point.
  • K-ZOOMI... captain... 2012/07/31 21:36:00
    K-ZOOMI-----0
    +5
    Raved because of you not getting the joke is HILARIOUS!!!
  • captain... K-ZOOMI... 2012/07/31 22:59:23
    captainquiggle
    +3
    Sorry, I don't "get" jokes that aren't funny and don't contain a punchline. How is someone wearing their school uniform a punchline? Especially when Romney can be seen in his own if he won?

    Not my fault you think unfunny jokes are humorous.
  • K-ZOOMI... captain... 2012/08/01 01:26:15
    K-ZOOMI-----0
    +2
    You have to have a sense of humor then. >_<

    bazinga gif
  • Charles E K-ZOOMI... 2012/08/01 01:54:06
    Charles E
    +2
    You would deserve a rave for the Big Bang Theory video even if your response was not outstanding. But it was.
  • K-ZOOMI... Charles E 2012/08/01 03:45:24
    K-ZOOMI-----0
    +2
    The worst jokes actually can be the funniest. :)
  • captain... K-ZOOMI... 2012/08/01 12:49:41
    captainquiggle
    I find nothing funny about the right's attempt to paint Obama as some sort of foreigner. It's not accurate or funny. If you were as educated on the matter as you'd like to claim, you'd know the difference between funny and tasteless.
  • K-ZOOMI... captain... 2012/08/01 15:47:13
    K-ZOOMI-----0
    +1
    It wasn't tasteless. This just showed the difference. I grew up in a military family. Army for myself. I wouldn't trust Clinton and especially Obama to have my back in combat.
  • captain... K-ZOOMI... 2012/08/01 16:10:09
    captainquiggle
    Yet, you'll trust Romney, who also didn't serve? OK. Thanks. I totally understand.
  • K-ZOOMI... captain... 2012/08/01 19:12:55
    K-ZOOMI-----0
    +1
    Romney has already stood firm with Israel in dealing with Iran. So yes.
  • captain... K-ZOOMI... 2012/08/01 19:24:00
    captainquiggle
    http://mediamatters.org/blog/...

    You need to pay attention some more and stay off the GOP talking points that FOX NEWS keeps ramming into your face.

    Romney saying that he'd back a war with IRAN is dumb as all hell on many fronts. What Obama has done for Israel is a good thing.
  • K-ZOOMI... captain... 2012/08/01 21:56:40
    K-ZOOMI-----0
    +1
    What Romney is backing is Israel to eliminate Iran's ability to produce nuclear weapons. If Iran gets them...They will eliminate Israel.

  • captain... K-ZOOMI... 2012/08/01 22:00:41
    captainquiggle
    Yet, Romney SAID he'd follow Israel into war with Iran. Dumb move, on his part.
  • gerald.rice 2012/07/31 20:02:41
    gerald.rice
    +2
    You would think that people who are smart enough to post something like this would be able to see that not everything you read and hear is the truth. George W. May have been in uniform But never saw any combat. And I would venture to say that there are a good amount of other politicians that never served either. The reason??? Because wealthy people don't send their own children to war. And let's be honest here... besides the American revolution, Pearl harbor and (maybe) 9/11 , there have been no major attacks on U.S. soil. This means that we, by your definition, are supposed to celebrate men of war. The history of this country shows that it has spent more years engaged in war than not. Which might be alright if we had something to show for it. But right now, we are not much better in terns of civilization than some of the third world countries we have invaded for their own good.
    I totally believe in having a strong military to protect the people of this country. But I disagree with starting wars under the pretext of furthering democracy when our own country is hardly one itself.
    We send our children to fight for causes that are not about freedom for all, But for reason of wealth/greed. We start wars or participate in them so that captains of industry can deepen thei...

    You would think that people who are smart enough to post something like this would be able to see that not everything you read and hear is the truth. George W. May have been in uniform But never saw any combat. And I would venture to say that there are a good amount of other politicians that never served either. The reason??? Because wealthy people don't send their own children to war. And let's be honest here... besides the American revolution, Pearl harbor and (maybe) 9/11 , there have been no major attacks on U.S. soil. This means that we, by your definition, are supposed to celebrate men of war. The history of this country shows that it has spent more years engaged in war than not. Which might be alright if we had something to show for it. But right now, we are not much better in terns of civilization than some of the third world countries we have invaded for their own good.
    I totally believe in having a strong military to protect the people of this country. But I disagree with starting wars under the pretext of furthering democracy when our own country is hardly one itself.
    We send our children to fight for causes that are not about freedom for all, But for reason of wealth/greed. We start wars or participate in them so that captains of industry can deepen their pockets. You can't sell weaponswhen there's no fight. You can't send contractors to foreign countries to rebuild them and make millions of dollars if you don't tear them down in the first place.
    By the way, having served in the military should make you stop and think twice about war. Obviously it hasn't. AND just because you have no military experience, doesn't mean you can't make sound decisions. Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Warren Buffet made great decisions and have left a legacy of wealth so that their descendants don't ever have to serve in the military. Meanwhile, our country is in such a financial state that many young people see service as a way to climb the economic ladder. This plays right into the hands of the war mongers. Use these fine young men and women in useless wars and then ignore, or worse yet, demonize them as mentally unstable so you don't have to give them reads jobs when the get back.
    YES, it's great to have had all those Presidents with military experience. But in the end, especially in the last decade, where has it gotten us???
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  • Unusual... gerald.... 2012/08/01 12:04:14
    UnusualSuspect
    Well said!
  • Mr.Steve 2012/07/31 19:09:36 (edited)
  • Dave**Gay for Girls** 2012/07/31 18:38:47
  • dave b 2012/07/31 18:30:47
    dave b
    +7
    Its always better to have a president who has experienced the military, IMO.
  • ed 2012/07/31 18:28:32
    ed
    +5
    now how do you suppose that neither clinton or obama has on a military uniform clinton looks like he's in a school band[that's always great] obama looks like he's fixing to bathe an elephant[nothing like riding on a clean elephant].
  • charles nelson 2012/07/31 18:19:10
    charles nelson
    +1
    Yep, you got a couple of them with varying degrees of service. A few wanted to serve, a couple had to serve (ya know cus of wwII) and a couple were chicken hawks but I know who your talkin about. One of em can't even be a member of the club.
  • charles... charles... 2012/07/31 18:21:35
    charles nelson
    +1
    What did you do during the war, thats great series e bonds, well ya did sometin.
  • Charles... charles... 2012/08/01 06:40:56
    Charles Braley
    Ya forgot about Ike ..... who was a Lue in WWI ya forgot ike lue wwi
  • UnusualSuspect 2012/07/31 18:10:00
    UnusualSuspect
    +5
    Well, if Romney does somehow happen to get elected in November (which is doubtful), he won't have any pictures to show of himself in uniform, either.

    Romney got four (4) deferments, and never went into service during the Vietnam War. Obama was too young for Vietnam, and too old for the Bush wars. Clinton was getting his college degrees during Vietnam.

    Too bad some people think that having worn a military uniform should be a criteria for political office.

    Don't forget to check out Cheney, Rove, and a slew of other Republicans who didn't serve, either...
  • Debowman Unusual... 2012/07/31 20:31:49
    Debowman
    +5
    Obama wasn't even a citizen of America in the late 60's

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